Monday, September 5, 2016

Winnie & Walter September Rerun!

Hello everyone,

Sharing my card for Winnie & Walter's rerun post today.


Each month a product is featured with plenty of inspirations from designers using that product, a month long sale of that product and a challenge. There is also a new giveaway. You will not want to miss it. This month's featured product is Renee's Leaves stamp set.


This is gorgeous stamp set full of leaves perfect for fall! I have used a few of these leaves and some loose watercolouring technique to make my card.

Renee's leaves card 1



I stamped the leaves from Renee's Leaves stamp set on watercolour paper with black waterproof ink and used Zig clean brush pens to colour them loosely. Then I also added a second layer of shading again very loosely. I die cut this panel using the largest rectangle die from Essentials: Katharine Cutaway. I adhered this panel on kraft card base.

Renee's leaves closeup

The sentiment is from In a Word: Thanks Cutaway. I sponged Gathered Twigs distress inks on a white cardstock in an ombre and die cut the cardstock using the die. I then die cut two more out of white cardstock. I stacked and glued on of them with the sponged die cut and the other slightly offset like casting a shadow. I adhered this to the top centre of the card front. Finally Sparkly Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh to complete to card.

Renee's leaves flat

Check out Winnie & Walter Blog for more details on the rerun feature and also details on how to play the challenge.

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4 comments:

Karen B. said...

So pretty!

Sybrina K said...

Gayatari, What a pretty card! I just love what you did with this stamp set, and those colors are lovely. Thanks so much for the kind words you left when visiting my blog. :)

Dawn Turley said...

so pretty Gayatri. The leaves are such a great colour

Becca Cruger said...

This card is so much fun! It's got all of the spirit of Fall colors, but amped up a bit on the spectrum with some bright pops!